Super excited to share this must read horror novel with you guys! Description: Peter and his wife Hannah move back to his hometown to be near his parent’s as their health declines. They think they are moving into his childhood home but due to a mix up they find themselves moving into an old farmhouse that possesses dark secrets. The past and the present collide in deadly ways, how can they survive the nightmare room?
This is an anthology of 13 short stories with various plots from different genres. It has everything from revenge thrillers, to spooky paranormal tales, psychopaths and monsters. The ones who just die are the lucky ones.
Hey awesome readers. I got a weird one for you guys today. A list of 5 books I want to read but sadly I probably never will! Why wont I? A big part of the reason is that I already have myself fully booked on reading so I just wont be fitting this gems in.… Continue reading 5 Books I Want to Read but Never Will
Body of Christ Author: Mark Matthews Category: Christian Horror Suitable for: Adults My Rating: 3 Stars Format Read for Review: Kindle copy provided for judgement in the Indie Horror Book Awards Pages: 95 Description: This is the story of 2 disturbed children who live across the street from each other. Each of them witness a parent’s… Continue reading (REVIEW) Body of Christ by Mark Matthews
Hello awesome readers. Today I have a really stellar read for you for our Short Reads Saturday. I read, Hope and Walker by Andrew Cull. This is a ghost story set in Australia with a harrowing ending. I LOVED this read! Because this awesome book has been announced as a finalist in this year's Aurealis… Continue reading #ShortReadsSaturdays (REVIEW) Hope and Walker by Andrew Cull @andrewcull
Jinxed Thommy Hutson Publication date: March 13th 2018 Genres: Horror, Thriller, Young Adult High School Can Be a Real Killer Break a mirror Walk under a ladder Step on a crack Innocent childhood superstitions … But someone at the secluded Trask Academy of Performing Arts is taking things one deadly step further when the campus… Continue reading *Guest Post* Writing Books vs. Writing for Film – Blog Tour: Jinxed by Thommy Hutson @ThommyHutson w/ #Giveaway Tour by @XpressoTours
Out tomorrow: Splish, Slash, Takin' a Bloodbath by Mark Allan Gunnells, Renee Miller, Eddie Generous Eighteen gruesome, blood-dripping, gape-wounded tales of slashers, predators, final girls, perverts, cannibals, and otherworldly nasties from authors Mark Allan Gunnells (Companions in Ruin and Flowers in a Dumpster), Renee Miller (Church and Smolder), and Eddie Generous (editor of Hardened Hearts). From the classroom… Continue reading New Release – Splish, Splash Takin’ a Bloodbath by Mark Allan Gunnells @MarkAGunnells Renee Miller @ReneeMJ Eddie Generous @GenerousEd @UnnervingMag
Hello awesome readers. I'm happy to announce that psychological thriller, Hiding by Jenny Morton Potts is released today! Blurb: A gripping psychological thriller with chilling twists, from a unique new voice. Keller Baye and Rebecca Brown live on different sides of the Atlantic. Until she falls in love with him, Rebecca knows nothing of Keller.… Continue reading Release Announcement + Excerpt from Hiding by Jenny Morton Potts @jmortonpotts
Hello awesome readers. Today I am reading a book recommended to me by E. M. Jenkinson of The Ghastly Grimoire. Right away I recognized Dead Over Heels as a book on my TBR. What I didn't know was that I had miss-filed this book and had it sitting in the waiting room with all the full length… Continue reading #ShortReadsSaturdays (REVIEW) Dead Over Heels by @tbraun_author
Hello awesome readers. Today I am excited to share this new release, The Xeno Manifesto by debut author Brysen Mann. This psychological thriller is the first in a trilogy. Read more about the book and enjoy an excerpt below! Blurb: Deputy Frank Smirnov wants a peaceful life but fate has chosen a different path.… Continue reading New Release! The Xeno Manifesto by Brysen Mann @brysen_mann *Excerpt*
Hello awesome readers. Today I am delighted to share with you a special guest post about making the switch from writing novels to short stories. This inspirational and educational post is brought to us by one of our giveaway contributors, Eddie Generous. Training the Brain for Shorts Whether it’s Nanowrimo or the dream of seeing… Continue reading Training the Brain for Shorts – Guest Post by Eddie Generous @GenerousEd @UnnervingMag
Hello awesome readers! I'm excited to announce the First Annual Reindeer Reads Giveaway Contest! This year the contest will run from Dec. 2nd, 2017 to Jan. 2nd, 2018 at 12 am PST. Contest open internationally. Find descriptions of the prize books and enter below. I'm very sorry I've been so swamped recently and I've been doing a… Continue reading Reindeer Reads Giveaway Contest by: @roberteggleton1 @KathrynG64 @marshacornelius @alexa_whitewolf @LjHurleyWriter @GenerousEd @RooiMacLeod & #Freebooks
So, I finished this book before Halloween with all intentions of reviewing it around that time but I found this review to be difficult to write. I really did like the story but it has its flaws. Read on to see why I gave this spooky horror novel 3 stars. The Haunting of Barry's Lodge… Continue reading (REVIEW) The Haunting of Barry’s Lodge by Annie Walters
Hello lovely readers, I have another special October creepy #ShortReadsSaturday review. This one is for those who like ghost stories that aren't too hardcore. Chills A Short Story Collection Author: Sahar Sabati Category: Short Scary Stories, Psychological Thriller, Ghosts Suitable for: Teens+ My Rating: 3.5 Stars Format Read for Review: Kindle copy provided by Lola's Blog… Continue reading #ShortReadsSaturdays (REVIEW) Chills: A Short Story Collection by Sahar Sabati @Saharou
Welcome to another special October #ShortReadsSaturdays. Today's scary read was a really good one! Find it for 99p on Amazon or visit the author on Twitter and you might find a way to get it for free 😉 Sleep Author: JK Neve Category: Scary Short Story, Horror, Psychological Thriller, Suspense Suitable for: Teens+ My Rating:… Continue reading #ShortReadsSaturdays (REVIEW) Sleep by JK Neve @jkneveauthor – #horror short story